Articles by Alex Dean
One Westminster insider has some answers
Alex Dean / September 7, 2018
David Hannay negotiated Britain’s accession to the European Communities. More than 40 years later, he is watching its departure from the EU with despair
Alex Dean / August 20, 2018
If Britain left with no deal, their rage would simply move from the institution in Brussels to the one in Geneva
Alex Dean / August 18, 2018
Andrew Adonis and Will Hutton dig out the deeper causes of discontent
Alex Dean / August 14, 2018
Bryan Sanderson advises the government on the minimum wage. He discussed the problem of enforcement and how Brexit could erode years’ worth of progress
He is mocked as the Honourable Member for the 18th Century, but Rees-Mogg is increasingly influential. Prospect asked him about the failings of the Chequers meet, the chances of a no deal exit and...
The parliamentary bodies provide essential scrutiny. But as the government embarks on the most immense constitutional challenge in living memory, are they able to do their job properly?
Only in his supposedly lost years was Wilde free to express his genius in his life
Beneath the cabinet drama, the future of the Brexit departments is proving deeply controversial
Alex Dean / June 15, 2018
Britain will spend decades haggling with Europe